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The Book of Jacob: The Brother of Nephi, usually referred to as the Book of Jacob, is the third of fifteen books in the Book of Mormon.
The New Testament provides two accounts of the genealogy of Jesus, one in the Gospel of Matthew and another in the Gospel of Luke.
Hakop (Հակոբ in Eastern Armenian, pronounced Hakob or Յակոբ in Western Armenian, pronounced Hagop, יַעֲקֹב, Standard Yaʿaqob Tiberian Yaʿăqōḇ; يعقوب, Yaʿqūb; "heel"; Septuagint Greek Ἰακώβ) is a common Armenian first name, it's a cognate of English names Jacob or James.
Jacob, later given the name Israel, is regarded as a Patriarch of the Israelites.
According to the Book of Mormon, Jacob (Yaʿakov) was a younger brother of the prophet Nephi, the keeper of the small plates of Nephi after Nephi's death, and is considered to be the author of the Book of Jacob.
Jacob (formally known as Boutique Jacob, Inc) is a private five store Canadian chain of women's and girls' clothing store chain based out of Montreal, Quebec.
Jacob is a 1994 German/Italian/American television movie by Five Mile River Films, based on the novel Giacobbe by Francesco Maria Nappi, which is in turn based on a biblical account from the Book of Genesis about Jacob.
Jacob (Iacob in Latin) is a fictional character of the ABC television series Lost played by Mark Pellegrino.
Jacob is a common male first name and a less well-known surname.
Jacob is a surname, ultimately from the Biblical figure Jacob.
Yāˈqub ibn Isḥāq ibn Ibrāhīm يَعْقُوب إِبْنُ إِسْحَٰق إِبْنُ إِبرَٰهِم (literal: "Jacob, son of Isaac, son of Abraham" translit; also later Isra'il, Arabic: إِسْرَآئِیل; Classical/ Qur'anic Arabic: إِسْرَآءِیْل), also known as Jacob, is a prophet in Islam who is mentioned in the Qur’an.
The Jacob is a British breed of domestic sheep.
Jacob's is a brand name for several lines of biscuits and crackers in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Jacob's Ladder is a staircase to heaven from a dream of Jacob described in the Old Testament.
* Jacobean era.
In mathematics, a Jacobian, named for Carl Gustav Jacob Jacobi, may refer to.
Jacobin may refer to.
Jacobite means follower of Jacob or James.
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Jacobson may refer to.
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Jakov (Јаков) was the Serbian Archbishop from 1286 to 1292.
James is the (Vulgar/Later Latin) form of the Hebrew name Yaʻaqov (known as Jacob in its earlier Latin form).
A jow (also called a jacob) is an obsolete unit of length in India approximately equal 0.25 inch (about 0.63 cm).
Jacob served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1861 and 1865.
Romanus of Samosata (died 297) was a martyr for Christianity in Syria in 297.
Saint James or St.
The English names "James" and "Jacob" are both derived from the Hebrew "Yaakov".
Yakub or Yaqub (يعقوب, also transliterated in other ways, including Yaqoob, Yaqoub, Yaqub, and Yakup) is the Arabic version of Jacob and James, because in fact they are the same name.
Yakup is a Turkish given name for males and is a cognate of Jacob and James.
Yaqob I (Ge'ez ያዕቆብ yāʿiqōb, Amh. yā'iqōb), (c. 1590 – 10 March 1606) was nəgusä nägäst (throne name Malak Sagad II, መልአክ ሰገድ, mal'ak sagad, Amh. mel'āk seged, "to whom the angel bows"; 1597–1603; 1604–1606) of Ethiopia, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty.